TULSA, Okla. – Three men who authorities say were members of the “Hoover Crips” gang on Friday were found guilty of a series of violent armed robberies, including last September’s holdup at Tulsa Municipal Employees FCU when $164,000 was stolen.

The men went into the credit union wearing masks, carrying guns, shouting orders, jumping over the counter, and even fired a shot that broke a glass partition near a teller, before they headed for the vault.

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